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Subject: stopping track time & More pages or separate projects
Date: Tue, 15 May 2007 09:19:43 -0500

Attached is the almost ready project thanks for the help so far. One more
question for this page. I noticed that the time continues when the user is
asked for their name and so the final posted time is different than the one
stated in the announcement. Stopping time is not a possibility (or we would
all be our ideal age) so I was trying to freeze the text box, which is what is
there now only it brings up an error ofcourse....the other option is stopping
a specific process. I couldn't find anything on that..Which is best? Ideas

Second, Once the above is resolved one way or another for me I am on for
duplicating the page and modifying it for practicing other geometry things. So
the question is this: Is it better to add pages or have separate projects and
direct your user to the projects?

I have usually added pages. However this makes the project procedures area
very long. As I modify existing procedures so that it works for a specific
page only. With six pages planned that will be quite long. I have done this
with games that have different levels but I am still not convinced that this
is the best way.

Having separate projects seems simpler. I just need advice on how to point a
user to another project so that it will work where ever I put it. (probably
put them all in a folder....)

Ronald  Boyd 
GT Coordinator/Technology Integration Specialist 
Rosemount Elementary 

Attachment: Anglellation3.mwx
Description: Anglellation3.mwx

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